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The best investment area in India?

Discussion in 'India property' started by topshotta, Jun 19, 2007.

  1. vipulshah1

    vipulshah1 New Member

    As i know that real estate is the best option for investment in Pune, Gurgaon, Bangalore and Noida.
     
  2. Luke Masters

    Luke Masters Member Premium Member

    Punjab/Hyderabad
     
  3. vipulshah1

    vipulshah1 New Member

    We may invest in property in Punjab/Hyderabad. But now a days is good opportunity is in trend for Gurgaon, Pune, Bangalore and Noida. If we invest today, we will get good return in Future. ( after 3 years.)
     
  4. Luke Masters

    Luke Masters Member Premium Member

    @vipulshah1 whats your viewing on investing outside of India? Is it something you have ever done or considered?
     
  5. vipulshah1

    vipulshah1 New Member

    I don't know more about investing outside of India. What is? and how can?
     
  6. Luke Masters

    Luke Masters Member Premium Member

    @vipulshah1 I guess it depends on your position as it is difficult to invest overseas if you are buying using any finance which isn't cash?
     
  7. akruti_rai

    akruti_rai New Member

    Any cosmopolitan or metropolitian city in India is good to Invest with. I read major real estate sector news and i place my bet with 3 cities to rock the show in near future is Chennai, Bangalore and Hyderabad.
     
  8. vipulshah1

    vipulshah1 New Member

    Yeah, I agree with Akruiti She is saying right but now a days top most city for invest in property is Bangalore.
     
  9. swathisharan

    swathisharan New Member

    Along with the metropolitican cities the new rising capital of andhra pradesh is also having good appreciation value and also best option to invest in my view.
     
  10. Ritu Mehta

    Ritu Mehta New Member

    Over the past few decades, real estate has been increasingly studied as an investment vehicle. A good investment in real estate should yield high returns over a long period of time. It’s common to hear of cases where people invested in properties worth a few thousand rupees a few decades ago and now those properties are being sold for crores. However, such investments rely on capital gain appreciation over a long period of time and they tend to be very illiquid as the holding period of such properties is very long. Illiquid assets have long waiting period for generating income.

    Understanding Rental Yield
    A property’s rental yield is the percentage of the property value that you earn as annual rental income.

    Gross Rental Yield = (Annual Rental Income / Cost of the Property ) * 100

    If you have bought a property for Rs. 12,00,000 (12 Lakhs) and you earn a monthly rent of Rs. 10,000 then your Gross Rental Yield would be

    Gross Rental Yield = (10000 * 12 / 1200000 ) * 100 = 10%

    This indicates that you earn 10% of your property cost as rental income per year.

    However, the investor should be aware of certain property expenses.

    1) Taxes: the property taxes, income taxes that would be levied on the property

    2) Maintenance Charges: covering up for the fixture, furnishing and fitting costs and their replacement costs.

    3) Agent Fee: Unless the Investor looks out for tenant by himself, an agent help is required in finding a tenant.

    4) Non Occupancy: It is better to be prepared that the property would be vacant for at least 1 month in an year.

    I recommend Bangalore, Hyderabad, Pune, Delhi, NCR Zone
     
  11. shinystar

    shinystar New Member

    Amongst many Mumbai , Delhi, Goa, Bangalore are the areas of investment in Real estate Sector.
     
  12. Jennifer Martin

    Jennifer Martin New Member

    There is huge demand of property in Mumbai and Pune. So investment in these areas will give us a huge return.
     
  13. nmb

    nmb Well-Known Member

    What are the up-and-coming areas outside of India's main cities? We continue to hear about the ever expanding middle class in India and their greater disposable income. Are they all focusing their investments towards the larger cities or are there signs that they are now moving further afield looking for better value?
     
  14. Ankita Patel

    Ankita Patel New Member

    Bangalore is a one of the best investment area in India.
     
  15. Prithvi

    Prithvi New Member

  16. Subhashini

    Subhashini New Member

    In India, Bangalore is one of the best investment area in real estate sector.
     
  17. Prithvi

    Prithvi New Member

    Investors are wary to put money in western UP ( Uttar Pradesh) like Noida, Faridabad, Ghaziabad belt because of the pathetic condition of women's safety issue.
     
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